The median sales price for homes in Phoenix for October 12th ,2016 - Jan 11th, 2017 was $210,000 based on 4,167 home sales, an increase of -2% compared to last year.
Average price per square foot for Phoenix homes was $141 for October 12th ,2016 - Jan 11th, 2017, an increase of 7.6% compared to the same period last year.
61% of 4,574,351 Phoenix residents are home owners with a median household income of $43,150. This is just under the national median of $51,939.
28% of the Phoenix population is college educated, which is lower than the national college educated population of 32.5%.
The Phoenix population's median age is 33 years old, which is younger than the national median of 37.9 years old.
There were 33,653 counts of theft, 5,954 counts of assualt, and 4,079 arrests in Phoenix in the last year.
65% of the Phoenix population is married. This is higher than the 37% nationwide that is married.
As the capital and largest city of Arizona, Phoenix doesn't fail to disappoint in outdoor activities, entertainment, eclectic cuisine and world-renowned golf courses. Trulia ranks Phoenix 6 out of 6 tiers across the board for active lifestyle, arts, nightlife, restaurants and cafes. Phoenix attracts a fairly moderate age group, with the median resident being 33 years old, although the city is home to various college campuses, including Arizona State University, Grand Canyon University and Phoenix College, to name a few. In terms of education, both elementary and high school rankings fare well. High schools in Phoenix score 5.35 out of 10, while elementary schools rank 4.97 out of 10.
Searching for a home in Phoenix? In 2015, 5,174 homes hit the market on Trulia in the city of Phoenix. The average list price was $304,907, up from $259,894 in 2014. List prices on Phoenix homes for sale have increased 17.32 percent year-over-year, indicating Arizona's capital is experiencing strong real estate market growth.
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